Vancouver, Crawling, Weeping, Betting is a series of stories tracing paths through the streets of Vancouver, by the curators of the project of the same name, presented in early 2014. Stories about doomed wanderings, alleyway chases, and inebriated careenings, written in turn by Chris Bose and David McIntosh are accompanied by Bose’s illustrations.
One volume, perfect-bound softcover, 102pp.
Select copies available for purchase at UNIT/PITT’s table at Vancouver Art Book Fair 2019 (Oct 18-20, Vancouver BC). More information here.
Chris Bose is a war party baby of the N’Laka’Pamux and the Secwepmec Nations (they hooked-up at St. George’s residential school in Lytton). He is a writer, artist, musician, filmmaker and a Scoundrel.
David McIntosh is a settler party baby of a White-Man and a White-Lady (they hooked-up at the Waldorf bar in Vancouver). He is a writer, singer, state-funded-artist, and a Sommelier.